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Did you get a chance to listen to Dr. Scott Geller's Thought Leaders Episode this week?! If not, you should. In today's episode, Dr. Geller will further be explaining the Three C's and how to incorporate them. All while telling you a story that may make you rethink your first impressions.
Are you a leader or are you a manager? These terms are often used interchangeably, but do they actually mean the same thing? Dr. Scott Geller will go into the different behaviors of both leaders and mentors and how you can reflect on your behaviors.
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There is another question to be answered before considering the question in the title of this commentary: “What is a free operant, anyway?” It is an expression that sometimes appears in talks and articles, but it isn’t as commonly used as it on
Join Dr. Scott Geller as he introduces the Actively Caring for People (AC4P) movement and how wearing the COVID Mask is showing that you actively care for people.
This month on Operant Innovations - Thought Leaders, we are sitting down and speaking with Dr. Jesus Rosales-Ruiz about his history in Mexico and his experience working with Dr. Don Baer & Dr. Ogden Lindsley shaped him into the behavioral scientist he is today. Not only was he not immediately sold on the science of human behavior, he explains how his turbulent ride brought him to UNT.
Abstract Dr Bobby Newman discusses the possibilities for behavior analysts involved with individuals seeking involvement in faith-based communities. With an emphasis on social validity and individual choice, Dr.
“A lot of people get queasy when thinking about this; we’re considering an individual with an established set of preferences and related utility for reinforcers associated with those preferences, and then we want to start manipulating those preferences. Well, some people think that’s not a good idea—preferences are what preferences are.”
Released in 2009, in a historically significant interview with Dr. Jack Michael, conducted by Tate McGhee, Dr. Michael recounts his time before behavior analysis as both a student and a soldier, then explains the chance events that moved him into the field of behavior analysis.
We as humans behave the way we do for one reason: to get what we need and want. This is quite a bold statement, I know, but it is pure science, the science of behavior. Although the focus of this article is driver behavior, what you will read can be applied to any behavior.
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Today we are joined by Dr. Hannah Macnaul from the University of Texas at San Antonio. This program will surprise you! With a wide variety of practicum opportunities, you can see how focused they are on training well-rounded practitioners. Located in the heart of San Antonio, this program is growing at an astounding rate and has so much to offer!
Translational research typically is understood as the line of research that tries to take findings from basic research and then translates its applications in the applied field of behavior analysis. However, translational research can also take socially significant interests from the applied field and instigate research in the basic field. Translational research helped show that findings from non-human animal research could generalize to humans as well as create behavioral technology.